Table of Contents

Who cares about wildlife?.
The biological context of wildlife values: are there etchings on the slate?.
Understanding the feeling component of human--wildlife interactions.
Attitudes and the study of human dimensions of wildlife.
Norms: social influences on human thoughts about wildlife.
Values, ideology, and value orientations.
Cultural perspectives on human-wildlife relationships.
Integrating concepts: demonstration of a multilevel model for exploring the rise of mutualism value orientations in post-industrial society.